Ved Kong Knaps Dige

Hiking Stage Thorning-Funder Kirkeby (32 km)

Photo: Hærvejen

The route from the plantations west of Thorning to Tollund, west of Funder Kirkeby, leads through Grathe Hede heath land, which was the location of many royal feuds, and along Bølling Lake, which is a large nature reclamation project.

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Her finder du praktiske oplysninger om etapen - kort, etapebeskrivelse og lidt om turens længde, underlag og oplevelser.

Sværhedsgrad: Moderat. Bakket terræn.

Underlag:  asfalterede småveje gennem åbent land, grusveje i skove

Natur: En afvekslende etape med åbent land, plantager, heder, mange fortidsminder og ikke mindst Bølling Sø.

Stilhed på ruten: omkring 12 km gennem plantagerne

Lejrpladser: Find dem i Hærvejens app og på udninaturen.dk

 

Natur, kultur og historie

Kong Knaps Dige

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Grathe Hede

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